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GUI for reading .ini file

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Hey everyone.

Is it possible to create a GUI in AutoIT that can be used to read/write .ini files. I could use Visual Basic but just wondering if AutoIT can do this job.

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I want to create a GUI in AutoIT that enables the user to access the .ini file and make changes to it.

Just a nice front end rather than asking the user to modify the .ini file

Cheers.

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Is it possible to create a GUI in AutoIT that can be used to read/write .ini files. I could use Visual Basic but just wondering if AutoIT can do this job.

You asking if it's possible in AutoIt. Yes, it's possible.

I want to create a GUI in AutoIT that enables the user to access the .ini file and make changes to it.

Just a nice front end rather than asking the user to modify the .ini file

Cheers.

AdmiralAlkex gave you some important functions to start.

If you want that someone make a GUI design for you, it's another thing.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Just trying out Koda. Looks pretty cool :-)

Only problem is I can't figure out how to create code in Koda.

Cheers

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I presume it's tools then generate form code :-)

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Just trying out Koda. Looks pretty cool :-)

Only problem is I can't figure out how to create code in Koda.

Cheers

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I presume it's tools then generate form code :-)

Have you tried the AutoIt 1-2-3 tutorial? See the link in my sig. It will take you through the GUI basics.

The task you have in mind is not complicated and will be a good starter project for you. If you get stuck, post the troublesome code and get some more help.

:P


Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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Thanks Psalty and everyone else that has helped me.

I'm trying my very best to learn AutoIT and the help has been amazing :-)

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